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Old July 29, 2021, 09:25 PM   #1
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Well crud.. ATF form 1 sent but credit card is compromised

I applied for a Form 1 SBR last week and used a credit card for the $200.
ATF hasn't charged the card yet. I was just called by credit card company that my card has been compromised and they're cancelling it and reissuing a new number.

Anyone know if ATF will give me a notice and option to provide the new number or am I scr....?

Any direction appreciated.
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Old July 30, 2021, 07:07 AM   #2
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I haven't heard anything about the NFA examiners that makes me think they would give you a call.

I'd expect your form 1 to be returned once they get around to trying to process the payment.
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Old July 30, 2021, 12:46 PM   #3
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Call and ask if you can send a check.
I know many people that have had minor issues corrected with a phone call.
The ATF may just "disapprove" the application when the transaction declines, or they may call you. It depends on the examiner.
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Old July 30, 2021, 01:53 PM   #4
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TXAZ I applied for a Form 1 SBR last week and used a credit card for the $200.
ATF hasn't charged the card yet. I was just called by credit card company that my card has been compromised and they're cancelling it and reissuing a new number.
Call the CC company and ask if they can allow that one charge to go through. Citibank has done that for me.


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Anyone know if ATF will give me a notice and option to provide the new number or am I scr....?
Doubtful.
NFA tax payments arent processed by ATF, but by a bank in Portland OR.

Several years ago I had several Silencer Shop F4's bounce back because some idiot at BOA in Atlanta had fat fingers and typed the wrong CC#.

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FrankenMauser Call and ask if you can send a check.
I know many people that have had minor issues corrected with a phone call.
The ATF may just "disapprove" the application when the transaction declines, or they may call you. It depends on the examiner.

9x19 I haven't heard anything about the NFA examiners that makes me think they would give you a call.
ATF never touches the payment for NFA forms.
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Old August 2, 2021, 06:50 PM   #5
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+1 for the ATF.
Got the payment resolved and a receipt.
Now if we could get some other agencies to show this customer serviceā€¦.
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